The case of several former Transnet executives that the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) arrested on Monday morning has been postponed to August 20 in the Palmridge Specialised Crime Court in Johannesburg.

The NPA says the case relates to a locomotive deal that ballooned from over R38 billion to over R54 billion.

The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture had found that the Gupta brothers had allegedly received about R6 billion in kickbacks.

The accused appeared alongside former Transnet CEO Siyabonga Gama, former Chief Financial Officer Garry Pita, the former Group Treasurer Phetolo Ramosebudi, Regiments Capital shareholder Eric Wood and his employee Daniel Roy and owner of Albatime, Kuben Moodley.

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